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Fri, 27 April 2012

OMBUDSMAN NEWS 13/2012

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IOI TRAINING: REGISTRATION FOR VIENNA TRAINING IN SEPTEMBER IS OPEN NOW

Following two IOI editions of the successful “Sharpening Your Teeth” training programme, the IOI is organizing a new training session which will take place from 16 to 19 September 2012 in Vienna, Austria. Course registration will run from 20 April 2012 to 20 June 2012. Since IOI courses are filling up extremely fast, you are encouraged to sign up at your earliest convienience.

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IOI BY-LAWS REFORM: SUCCESSFUL REGIONAL CONSULTATION

The By-Laws-Reform is now entering the next stage. The recently completed regional consultation will now be followed up by a Board meeting in Hong Kong in May 2012. The primary focus of this meeting will be to consider the results of the regional consultation and provide the membership after this meeting with a final draft of new IOI by-laws taking members' concerns and proposals into account.

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HUNGARY: PENAL AUTHORITIES ENDANGERING THE RIGHT TO DEFENCE OF PERSONS IN PRE-TRIAL DETENTION

A decree of the Ministry for Justice stipulated that persons in pre-trial detention may have uncontrolled contact in writing and on the phone with their lawyers. Although phone calls to lawyers belong in principle to that category which may not be controlled, in practice, however, there was a possibility for the staff of the penal institutions to listen in shortly.

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AUSTRIA: AUSTRIAN OMBUDSMAN BOARD PUBLISHES ANNUAL REPORT 2011

The members of the Austrian Ombudsman Board (AOB) presented the annual report 2011 containing key data on the AOB's activities.

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